University of Missouri - Columbia

As the first publicly supported medical school west of the Mississippi River, the University of Missouri School of Medicine has improved health, education and research for more than 170 years.

Today, we’re one school with two campuses. Our original campus in Columbia, Missouri, is where graduate students and first- and second-year medical students study. Third- and fourth-year medical students may complete their training in Columbia or on our clinical campus in Springfield, Missouri.

In the Program Director Interview Series, Christopher Sampson, MD, FACEP, shares what makes the University of Missouri-Columbia Emergency Medicine Residency Program unique.
Take Action: LAC 2017 We, as emergency physicians, have always been advocates. The emergency department stands at the front lines, ensuring care to our most vulnerable patients. We advocate for those
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What Questions Do You Have For Me? Tips for Asking Questions on Interview Day “What questions do you have for me?” If you're a fellow fourth-year student, you've probably already heard this question
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LAC 2016: Informative and Engaging On May 15-18 this year, more than 500 emergency physicians from around the country joined together in Washington, D.C., at the premier event for learning about and
How to Talk to Your Legislator As medical students and future physicians, each of us can think of an issue or concern that we wish would be handled differently. Often, though, we stop at wishing for
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What Do Residents Need to Know? Emergency departments (EDs) nationwide depend on physician assistants (PAs) to assist in seeing high volumes of patients with varying complaints and complexity. In fac